Bing has done so repeatedly:
In order to learn more about this fundamental confusion I investigated my Bing search terms. [This blog has now entered the phase of traditionally light summer entertainment.]
- Raw material: Search terms shown in Bing Web Master Tools for any of my / our websites.
- Each line is a search term of a snippet of a search term – snippets must not be edited but truncation of phrases at the beginning or end is allowed.
- Images: Random pick from the media library of this blog or our German blog (‘Professional Tinkerers – Restless Settlers‘)
you never know
my life and my work
is life just about working
please try to give a substantial answer
element not found
map random elkement
so as many of you may know (though few of you may care)
my dedication to science
this can happen if
the internet is always a little bit broken
google translate repetetive glitch poetry
So let’s hear what Google has to say!
Same rules, only for Google Search Console:
so called art
solar energy poem
proof of carnot theorem
thermodynamics in a nutshell
in three sentences or fewer, explain the difference
name the three common sources of heat for heat pumps
mice in oven
shapeshift vs kraken
tinkers construct slimey
you found that planet z should not have seasons
the best we can hope for is that
tv is dangerous
what is the main function of the mulling phase?
you connect a packet sniffer to a switch
how to keep plastic water tank cool in summer
throwing boiling water into freezing air
self employed physicist
the force is strong in me
6 Comments Add yours
Fotos are telling me something, for me the words are too weird ;-) !
All legitimate search terms by normal internet users :-)
Embrace your weirdness.
Thanks! And I like those worm-holes connecting different social media platforms ;-)
Well, that’s what happens when you apply the Pauli Exclusion Principal to blogs.